malabsorption syndrome


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Noun1.malabsorption syndrome - a pattern of symptoms including loss of appetite and bloating and weight loss and muscle pain and steatorrheamalabsorption syndrome - a pattern of symptoms including loss of appetite and bloating and weight loss and muscle pain and steatorrhea; associated with celiac disease and sprue and cystic fibrosis
syndrome - a pattern of symptoms indicative of some disease
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mal·ab·sorp·tion syn·drome

n. síndrome de malabsorción, condición gastrointestinal con trastornos múltiples causada por absorción inadecuada de alimentos.
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When the calf did not gain weight, we began to suspect a genetic abnormality or some type of malabsorption syndrome that the calf was born with, that did not allow her to absorb the nutrients as she should.
Malabsorption syndrome as the main symptom: A case report of Good's syndrome with malabsorption syndrome and literatures review (in Chinese).
Exclusion criteria consisted of presence of red flag symptoms (weight loss, blood in stools, nocturnal symptoms, any family history of GI malignancy, feeling of lump in epigastrium, persiste nt vomiting), diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease, malabsorption syndrome, diagnosed/clinically suspected infective diarrhea, and patients not giving consent.
At the time of trial, she used a colostomy bag and had a malabsorption syndrome that required frequent intravenous treatment for dehydration.
Those patients suffering with comorbid conditions like diabetes mellitus, HIV disease and other conditions causing malabsorption syndrome, kidney and liver dysfunction.
Descriptions of the symptoms of this disease, including pain, steatorrhea, malabsorption syndrome, and weight loss, are found in almost all medical books, textbooks, and articles.
For example, a baby with a left-to-right cardiac shunt or malabsorption syndrome requires more frequent weighing than other infants.
Nazish Butt discussed malabsorption syndrome and celiac disease.
Hypophosphatemia, in which the body contains an abnormally low level of phosphorus, may occur in some forms of kidney disease and malabsorption syndrome (coeliac disease).
ARVs cause a range of diseases in chicken, including viral arthritis/ tenosynovitis, and are associated with respiratory disease, enteric disease, inclusion body hepatitis, hydropericardium, runting stunting syndrome, malabsorption syndrome, and sudden death.
1,2 CD was considered as a rare malabsorption syndrome in the previously that can only occur in children, now it is a common condition that may be diagnosed at any age.